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Last minute 4* Costa Rica break from £432pp - incl. 7nts resort, flights, breakfast & transfers
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Last minute 4* Costa Rica break from £432pp - incl. 7nts resort, flights, breakfast & transfers

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Bag yourselves some last minute tropical goodness with this package to beautiful Costa Rica! You'll be spending 7 nights at the 4* Esplendor Tamarindo - a property as lush as the jungle that surrounds it, situated almost right on the beach. The infinity pool looks out over the sea, and there's even a spa onsite if you need a bit more relaxation.

Also included in this package are direct flights, transfers, breakfast and luggage. There are limited dates at this price in late-May.

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Booking Info Timeframe: 15. May. 2018 - 4. Sep. 2018

Origin
London
Destination
Costa Rica

Holiday details

  • Travel duration: 7 nights
  • Example date: 21st - 28th May
  • Departure from London LGW to Liberia, Costa Rica
  • 4* resort (4/5 TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence)
  • Checked luggage included
  • Board basis – Breakfast included
  • Return airport transfers
  • Use code BEACH50 to have £50 discounted total. Minimum spend £700. See TUI for T&Cs
  • ATOL protected package
  • Based on 2 Adults
  • British citizens do not require a visa for short visits to Costa Rica. For more info, see the FCO.

About your stay

The 4* Esplendor Tamarindo is a TUI Platinum Property overlooking the beautiful sea at Playa Tamarindo. You'll have access to the gorgeous pool as well as fitness centre. For an extra treat you can access the spa (additional charge). You'll be able to soak up the ocean views from your room's balcony, with other facilities including free WiFi, air conditioning and a flat-screen TV.

For a change of scenery, take the free shuttle bus to Langosta Beach Club and enjoy the pool and seafront restaurant. There's also a free bus to the town centre of nearby Tamarindo.

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Please note -- Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability.

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